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On L’Osservatore Romano an article that recalls the importance of creating urban spaces sensitive to biodiversity, in order to contain environmental pollution, to combat fine dust and to decrease the “heat bubble” effect linked to cemented urban spaces. Greenery in the city is read as a precious asset and a vital requirement, in relation to objective mathematical and scientific data and subjective factors of perception and psychological effects that derive from it. A reference to the architectures of Stefano Boeri, with the Vertical Forest and the concept of Urban Forestry, applied to the planning of territories and metropolitan realities capable of hosting trees and considering them on a par with human inhabitants.

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